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recuperate from something

to recover from something; to be cured or to heal after something. I hope that you recuperate from your illness soon. Has she recuperated from her surgery yet?
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As a result, doctors have ordered her to rest her voice and completely recuperate before looking to schedule any work commitments.
Nevertheless Kaoutsianis warned that the minister would need to be given sufficient time to recuperate fully.
Louis Beuzelin: will recuperate at home in Barbados until end of January
1) Jerrick De Leon - born 13 weeks premature - recuperates Friday after undergoing open-heart surgery Feb.
Luckily my operation was on Monday which has given me six days to recuperate.
But Commissioner Mary Gall has taken a temporary leave to recuperate from necessary medical procedures and is not expected back full time at the Commission until some time in October.
company can recuperate its investment in a few days.
Our space was full of individuals being treated for various injuries and trying to recuperate.
Dan Gentry Kent, BH&HS president, suffered a heart attack on July 4, had heart-bypass surgery on August 8, arrived home on August 13, had a stroke on August 17, and continues to recuperate.
The ozone hole over Antarctica this year fell short of 1998's record size, providing a piece of good news about the atmosphere's ability to recuperate from an overdose of pollutants.
Deep water running caught the attention of athletes and coaches when Joan Benoit Samuelson used the pool to recuperate from an injury and returned to running to win an Olympic gold medal.
But the movement to recuperate from birth at home left a gap: Mothers still needed follow-up care.
The incongruous idea of a log cabin beside a race track is reinforced by the excuse that drivers need a restful, familiar environment in which to recuperate.
hotel industry has been straggling to recuperate from overdevelopment in the 1980s and a downturn in travel during the early 1990s.
As her home was too far from the hospital to drive to the follow-up visits, Tompkins selflessly offered his home as a place for her to recuperate.